The Callaway Razr Hawk Driver is made for both power and accuracy with its precise design using forged composite technology. This is why the engineers were able to put the weight exactly where it is necessary to create the most potential distance without giving up any accuracy. When you pair this technology with an Aldila RIP graphite shaft, then you have a golf club that is ready to improve your game.
This specific driver is available in draw and neutral configurations so that you can get the face designed for your specific ball flight. If you choose the draw model you can cut your fade or slice down, whereas, if you already draw the ball or hit is fairly straight, then you want the neutral model to maximize your game.
Features of the Razr Hawk Driver from Callaway
Made from a Forged Composite
Aldila RIP Graphite Shaft
Aerodynamic Head Shape
Hyperbolic Face Technology
Razr Weighting System
Stability for years to Come
This club is not just designed to perform better than other drivers, but it is also designed to last longer as well. It features an aluminum skid plate to help the Callaway Razr Hawk Driver remain playable for a much longer period of time. This means that your investment will pay off for many years in the future instead of just one or two.
From address the Razr Hawk driver looks very similar to the FT-9. There is thesame arc line on the crown as the FT drivers.The sole of the club is pretty funky, it's has matte finish with some exposed carbon .The face has the same X in the centre as a lot of other Callaway drivers. The edges of theface seem to be a bit more curved than the FT-9 which I'm guessing is alsointended to decrease drag.
Performance/Playability: Long and Straight.
I've never really played that much with a composite driver, but the ones I have(FT-9, FT-iQ, Cobra ZL) have never really done it for me feel and sound wise,and as much as I like to think that that performance is king to me, I've nevergot one even though the FT-9 and ZL worked really well for me. The Razr Hawk tome feels a bit different, I'm not sure if it is related to the new compositethey are using in it, or just a bit of tweaking in other areas of the design,but to me it in the best feeling driver I've played. The feeling off the faceis really solid, there is enough feedback to know when you miss the middle, butit still feels pretty good wherever you hit it.
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